Energy savings of >30% with water loop and system integration in supermarkets
On average, 50% of the energy in supermarkets is consumed by refrigeration systems to keep food safe, fresh and healthy. Saving energy is therefore a top priority for retailers as it represents a major cost factor. Demonstrating energy and emission savings also contributes to a positive image of the retailers, increasing attractivity for consumers. Finally, with the large number of retail and wholesale enterprises in Europe (around 5.4 million according to EuroCommerce*) and the availability of dedicated technologies, this sector has a major role to play when it comes to achieving the European energy and climate goals.
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